Beth Solomon, Founder

Beth is founder of The Georgetown Dish. With journalism in her blood – her aunt was Nina Hyde, fashion editor of The Washington Post – Beth started as a freelance radio reporter for the Voice of America in East Africa, covering civil wars in Sudan and famine in Ethiopia. She worked for ABC News in Berlin, and then as a speechwriter for U.S. Senator Sam Nunn. Beth founded Planet Vox, the new media firm, and worked in the entertainment industry at Endeavor, the talent agency, coming back to Washington to be communications director for the National Association of Manufacturers. She was an elected Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner. Beth graduated from Yale with a bachelor's degree in History.